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BG&A Urges Emissions Model Update for Accurate Cost-Benefit Analysis

On Monday, Boyden Gray & Associates filed comments on behalf of Urban Air Initiative urging EPA to correct its erroneous modeling of ethanol’s effect on gasoline emissions. The comments came in response to EPA’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Considering Costs and Benefits in the Rulemaking Process. EPA acknowledged that “any assessment of costs (and…

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BG&A Files Request for Correction on Behalf of Kansas and Nebraska, Calling on EPA to Fix Flawed Emissions Model

On January 19, 2017, the States of Kansas and Nebraska, joined by the Energy Future Coalition and Urban Air Initiative, filed a formal Request for Correction of Information, petitioning EPA to withdraw false estimates of ethanol’s emissions effects. For years, EPA has required States to rely on inaccurate emissions factors predicting that ethanol increases pollution, even though ethanol’s pollution reducing…

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